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LEGIT
08 Sep 15 06:36
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How does a favourite (1.22) with majority possession against an outsider(17) and most attacks not take a single shot for for over 25 minutes?????????

Daylight ****g robbery, clearly nobbled match!

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By:
Angela Rebecchi
When: 08 Sep 15 07:55
Very suspicious to say the least.
By:
Westender
When: 08 Sep 15 07:59
Oman 0-0 FT should be no surprise.

They play like Fat Sam's teams away to Chelsea every game.
By:
LEGIT
When: 08 Sep 15 08:00
They laid even 7.5 goals at around 20!

Oman never took a shot at goal until 25th minute even though they had the more possession and moredangerous attacks, even when they had a free kick outside the box.
By:
LEGIT
When: 08 Sep 15 08:00
@ Westender, that may be the case but this is clearly an Asian syndicate coup.
By:
dfsdfs
When: 08 Sep 15 08:50
why have they not paid out on this match yet
By:
LEGIT
When: 08 Sep 15 08:59
Hopefully they won't and return the money I was robbed of...
By:
dfsdfs
When: 08 Sep 15 09:34
they paid out unlucky
By:
desperatemunter
When: 08 Sep 15 10:06
wow - blatant fixing .  there again ... how much money can be made fixing a match between two such obscure teams? no bettor who operates at a four-figure staking level is gonna be mug enough to put his money here (is he?).  So thats big wodges of cash ruled out - the only money up for grabs would be tiny bits of mug money.    DOESN'T ADD UP
By:
Quatsch
When: 08 Sep 15 10:08
I'm not saying this game wasn't ****, but how come Oman were 1.22 favorites in the first place? Both Guam and Oman beat India and Turkmenistan with pretty similar figures, which to people like me who don't have a clue would suggest that they are of somewhat equal strength. Add to that the visitors' poor away record. **NEWSFLASH** They simply don't score very often. (And don't forget, Guam beat the Mongols at home. Temujin probably won't have been too happy about when he heard of the news in the afterlife. Wink)

Sure, Guam got hammered by Iran the other day, but what exactly does that mean? For all we know, they may never really have tried after they found themselves a goal down after 10 minutes? Iran must be considered the top dog in the group, so why bother wasting energy in that game when you know you're going to lose, anyway? Better to stay fit and get a result against the peace-loving sultans.

The main issue here as I see it is that you got involved in a game between two teams you know absolutely nothing about. Live and learn. Grin
By:
Quatsch
When: 08 Sep 15 10:08
You can't say r i g g e d? Crazy
By:
bigH
When: 08 Sep 15 11:33
i think you have to ask yourself why you are betting on this rubbish
By:
TheBetfairBuddy
When: 08 Sep 15 11:35
Lol

34$ my price

Almost won too
By:
webboncfc
When: 08 Sep 15 13:13
I have a family member who works in Guam so follow their results and I tell you what, they aren't THAT bad, in comparison with the opposition. They have loads of American players, and AJ DeLaGarza who plays for LA Galaxy.
By:
Panther65
When: 08 Sep 15 15:23
GUAM, yuk,

its full of snakes
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